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LOGON_USER becomes null

Hi,

I create a web site in a Windows 2003 server/IIS6, and I used asp pages to
get ServerVariables . After I set FrontPage Extension 2002, some
ServerVariables like LOGON_USER become null. Any body has an idea?
Aug 29 '05 #1
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"Li Pang" wrote:
Hi,

I create a web site in a Windows 2003 server/IIS6, and I used asp pages to
get ServerVariables . After I set FrontPage Extension 2002, some
ServerVariables like LOGON_USER become null. Any body has an idea?

Aug 29 '05 #2

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